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‘We get out of bed to ensure that two plus two makes four and a half consistently,’ Christopher Rose previously told Spear’s. ‘If you do that, then you’re doing a very good job for your clients.’
Rose recently stepped down from the management committee of Waverton, where he joined in 1989, as well as from his role as head of private clients. He is still active and client-facing within the firm as a senior adviser in the industry.
He has been praised for making the business what it is today. One industry peer has called him ‘an excellent front man for Waverton’ who is ‘always hale and hearty’.
During the crisis, Waverton’s global outlook report has warned clients to brace themselves for a new period of stagflation. ‘But we continue to think there is a lot of good news in equity prices,’ it adds.